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Catch up with Patch's coverage of the Warriors' 35-28 win over Muskegon to clinch back-to-back Division 2 football titles.
Many Warriors have made memorable plays over the years, but the junior's 91-yard kickoff return — off a lateral pass — for the title-clinching touchdown may just be in a category of its own.
Take a closer look at the action on Ford Field as the Brother Rice Warriors went down to the wire to win back-to-back state titles.
Grand Rapids South Christian scores 26 unanswered points in the second half to wipe out Yellowjackets in Div. 4 championship.
Not one, but two trick plays for touchdowns in the final 3:29 secures the win against Muskegon in Division 2 high school football state final, 35-28.
The Warriors will try to reach another milestone for legendary coach Al Fracassa in Division 2, while County Day competes for the school's first crown in Division 4.
The defending champs dominate with strong performances from several members of the 2011 squad.
The senior will join the Wolverines first-ever women's varsity lacrosse team next fall.
The Warriors head to Ford Field on Nov. 23 to take on Muskegon for the state title.
Birmingham Brother Rice will take on Muskegon at 1 p.m. Nov. 23 at Ford Field for the MHSAA Division 2 state championship.
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